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Published on Mar 13, 2012
Darjeeling, best known for its "tea" to the world and for its picturesque terrain to travelers and filmmakers alike has been host and witness to many happenings past and present. Those who know and remember the place do not fail to mention the pleasant climate, terrain, food, the people, and the "Toy Train" and which perhaps is the only thing portrayed time and again.
"Yuva Darjeeling" deals with the present scenario in the hills, the social, economic, and political conditions, the existence of hidden communal inequality, frustration, lack of opportunity,the presence of awareness or a complete lack of it...all through the perceptions of the youth of this region who have been subject to the daily happenings. With every distinct dialogue emphasizing the relevance of differed individual perceptions. And with this portraying the gritty side of Darjeeling through the eyes and words of its Youth.
St. Joseph's College(Mass Comm. & Journalism Dept.), Darjeeling excerpt of degree film (2011) "Darjeeling Diaries"